The UK must contribute an extra £1.7bn (€2.1bn) to the European Union's budget after the economy performed better than expected.
The EU is asking for the payment after a revised calculation of how much each member state must contribute, based on gross national incomes, the BBC reports. The payment adds a fifth to the UK's annual...
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